Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry For Animals #372″- TreeSpirit Project –  Jack Gescheidt 

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Animal Advocates Radio
“Voices Carry For Animals #372” on
Oct 13th @7:00 PM est

Hosted by Debbie Dahmer

Guest will be: Jack Gescheidt is the founder of the TreeSpirit Project & Tule Elk consultant for In Defense of Animals

TOPIC: The issue: The National Park Service policies for Point Reyes National Seashore, a 71,000-acre national park unit, favor private cattle operations over the welfare of wild Tule (“TOO-lee”) elk in the park.

224 Tule elk have died in just the last 2 years. 478 Tule elk have died in the last 10 years. Because the elk are fenced onto a drought-stricken, 2600-acre are, the so-called “Tule Elk Reserve” inside a 71,000-acre park.
And the cattle ranches – beef & dairy operations – don’t even own the land! They lease land from the federal govt., which is to say from the public, at half-market value – – which is why they don’t want to leave!

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry For Animals #343″- In Defense of Animals – Doll Stanley

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Animal Advocates Radio

Voices Carry For Animals #343”on
Feb 17th @7:00 PM est

Hosted by Debbie Dahmer 

Guest will be: Doll Stanley– Director of In Defense of Animals Justice for Animals” campaign

TOPIC: “Buddy’s Law” in Mississippi (UPDATE), – Juvenile offenders – changing laws to aid animals and troubled children


Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #323 – In Defense of Animals – Doll Stanley

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Voices Carry For Animals #323on

Aug 19th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #266”- IDA- Justice for Animals Campaign- Doll Stanley

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Animal Advocates Radio:”Voices Carry for Animals #164″- In Defense of Animals-BREAK THE CHAINS CAMPAIGN

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Hosted by Debbie Dahmer


Guests will be: Tamira Ci Thayne-Founder and 13 year former CEO of Dogs Deserve Better & Jennifer Kanady -Campaign Director of the Federal Break The Chains Campaign with In Defense of Animals



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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #127” – In Defense of Animals- Dr. Toni Frohoff

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Government Evades Ruling on Illegality of Warehousing Wild Horses in the Midwest

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Press Release from In Defense of Animals:


Calico Wild Horse Lawsuit Dismissed on Technicality, not Merits;
Government Evades Ruling on Illegality of Warehousing Wild Horses in the Midwest

Plaintiffs Promise To Continue Fight to Halt BLM Illegal Practices

Washington, D.C. (May 24, 2010) — Today, the Honorable Judge Paul L. Friedman of the U.S. District Court in Washington DC, dismissed on standing and mootness the lawsuit brought against U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) by animal protection organization In Defense of Animals (IDA), wildlife ecologist Craig Downer and children’s author Terri Farley. The Calico wild horse lawsuit has drawn intense public scrutiny to the government’s wild horse program and its routine policy of removing wild horses from their native western range on public lands and stockpiling them in long-term holding facilities in the Midwest, costing taxpayers of tens of millions of dollars annually. 

The Calico lawsuit, filed pro bono by the law firm Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney (BIR), sought to stop the roundup of a proposed 2,500 wild horses from the half-million (500,000) acre herd management area complex, which is comprised primarily of publicly-owned lands. In a preliminary ruling, the Court agreed that the the government’s practice of sending wild horses to the Midwest and warehousing them in long-term holding facilities as likely illegal.  More

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